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"This is one of the most common of this type of rose. It blooms profusely, much more so than the white (Alba) form. The small, double butter-yellow flowers are slightly scented if at all. They appear in clusters in early spring and the plant blooms for about 4 weeks. Shown at the end of March. (San Antonio, Tx.)"